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News   December 19, 2001   by Auto Service World

By-Pass Filter Gains Mack Truck Approval

PuraDyn Filter Technologies Inc has announced a joint venture with Mack Trucks Inc. to offer PuraDyn’s proprietary by-pass oil filtration systems as an aftermarket option through participating Mack truck dealers in the United States.
“This strategic alliance will enable Mack Trucks to meet their customers’ needs for protecting the environment, since the use of puraDYN’s system means tremendous reduction in oil purchase and disposal,” said PuraDyn CEO Richard C. Ford. “We also know it will save their customers money and downtime, since they will be making a simple filter change rather than draining their oil during periodic maintenance."
The oil filtration system can be installed on any internal combustion engine or hydraulic equipment. It has been designed and developed to dramatically extend oil drain intervals, and in many cases even eliminate oil drains completely. The system significantly reduces operating expenses, maintenance costs, capital expenses and environmental impact, says the company.
“We are pleased that Mack Trucks has agreed to make our systems available to their customers driving Class 7 and Class 8 trucks," says Kevin Kroger, the company’s president and COO. "With stricter gaseous emission standards being introduced in 2002 and beyond, oil filtration will become an ever-growing concern due to the higher soot levels created by nitrous oxide reductions. Our system will help Mack Trucks meet these requirements and reduce the oil filtration concerns of their customers.”

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